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The Art of Summer Hygge

Summertime for Moms usually means finding new ways to entertain the kids, planning and scheduling all of their activities, preparing for family vacations, cooking more at home meals, ensuring that the household is running well, maintaining a work and social life all while never taking a true break for yourself. Trust me, any Mom who […]

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Allergy Friendly Snacks For Summer Camp

It’s summertime! Schools are wrapping up and the summer camps are rolling out. A lot of summer camps require you to send an allergy friendly snack and/or lunch with your child for the duration of camp. Many of you may already be familiar with allergy free snacks as most schools are heading towards that direction.  As […]

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Stream Line Grocery Shopping: Healthy Choices Made Simple

Summer is here and a great opportunity to try healthier food choices. A lot of yummy fruits and vegetables are in season and can make eating healthy fun! If eating better is a goal for you here is a resource that will help you make that happen. One of the most important steps in making […]

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Three Bean Salad

Let me start by saying, I was never a Bean Salad person, but really wanted to be. I’d tried a few different recipes, and never loved them. When my favorite Aunt put a bowl of this in front of me, I was very skeptical. But, SERIOUSLY, this three bean salad is so delicious. I make […]

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Farmers Markets and Why You Should Go

Springtime means a lot of things – one of them being fresh produce and flowers, from the local Farmers Markets. A great thing about Pittsburgh is there are so many opportunities to still buy local. Between the pop-up farmer’s in Market Square to each roadside and open market shops throughout the surrounding counties, if you [...]
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Pittsburgh Moms Blog’s Guide to Our Favorite Fish Frys :: Lent 2018

Fish Frys are a large part of Pittsburgh culture, and is arguably the best part about the Lenten Season. Parishioners, Neighbors, Famlies and Friends all come together to eat delicious food and enjoy a time friendship and fellowship.  If you are a Burgh Native, you probably already know all the best locations and have your [...]
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Feast Of The Seven Fishes

My husband and I grew up in big Italian families. We had Sunday family dinners, homemade hot sausage pulled right from the cold cellar, red wine before we were legal, and grandparents always yelling munja, munja. In Italian, Munja, Munja means eat, eat.  We had many family traditions. Unfortunately, most went by the wayside when […]

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